Daisy3, I have a thread all about it under the stem cell heading, but I'll give a brief recap.
I was diagnosed in June '09 with RRMS. I had been ignoring symptoms for a very long time.
The aspiration was in Tel-Aviv, in July '09, but because of a lot of uncontrollable problems, they couldn't give me the infusion until December. The cost (not including flights and hotels) of the procedure was USD$28,000. I had more access to Drs Gesundheit and Slavin, at a lower cost, because I was an Israeli resident at the time, but next to the cost of the procedure, it was a very minor saving.
I have been following the MS Recovery Diet, taking 4.5 mg Naltrexone daily (L.D.N.), and between the three I have been doing very well, and I am very optimistic. I'm looking into Alemtuzumab (Campath-1H), just to be safe, but I haven't made a decision on that yet.
My philosophy on treatments is that if there is any real evidence that it works, and I can be reasonably sure of it's safety, then why not try it. My primary neurologist is very honest about treatments, even if he thinks I'm a bit crazy. I've met several MS specialists who just lie about treatments, or others who don't know what they're talking about, so I'm glad to be working with him.